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Recyclable Roll-Up Chair Influenced By Modern Architecture

Recyclable Roll-Up Chair Influenced By Modern Architecture
Design & Architecture

KOI is a foldable and lightweight, sustainable piece of furniture by German design collective Confused Direction.

Emma Hutchings
  • 3 january 2012

This new project by Flo Florian and Sascha Akkermann of the German design collective Confused Direction is a foldable deck chair called the KOI. The curvy, flowing and functional design can be unfolded into a flat sheet and rolled up for easy transportation or storage, with built-in straps to keep it secure. Its polypropylene material makes it both recyclable and lightweight. The image below shows how to roll out and construct the unusual but effective chair:

Recyclable Roll-Out Chair Influenced By Modern Architecture

Confused Direction

+Automotive
+Design
+Environmental / Green
+foldable
+furniture design
+Home & Garden
+lightweight
+recyclable

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